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by Stephanie Beck
Description: An entanglement with a werewolf brings unexpected turns. Scott, a lone werewolf expelled from his pack, bends over backward to give his kids everything he can - including knitting lessons for his daughter. Learning to knit becomes much more appealing with Lucy Jamieson as the teacher. His heightened senses tell him the compassionate and beautiful human might be what he and his little band need, yet getting involved with Lucy means exposing her to his paranormal reality. Although Lucy's childhood skewed her expectations of family, she recognizes and respects Scott's desire to protect and provide for his kids. When Scott is hit by a truck, Lucy offers to help with the kids--and gets more than she bargained for after learning Scott's true nature...
eBook Publisher: Lyrical Press, Inc., 2012 2012
eBookwise Release Date: November 2011
18 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [194 KB]
Reading time: 127-177 min.
"Oh my gosh."
Scott froze. Wolf or not, there was no denying the man in him, and the man had heard his female freak out.
He turned slowly, trying to be calm and comforting so she wouldn't panic. Lucy stood on her feet, her lovely sleep expression replaced with terror. The early morning light made it especially easy to see her exact features. His calm, patient Lucy was at the end of her rope.
"Scott? No. A dog," she muttered to herself more than actually addressing him, and he realized she must have seen or felt him change instead of assuming he'd left and a dog had entered the house. "You have to be a dog. You can't be Scott. That's not possible."
He shifted again, grabbing the blanket the second he had hands again. He always shredded his clothes when he shifted, but hadn't thought of that in his fevered delirium. The last thing Lucy needed was to be alone with a strange, naked wolf-man.
"Oh my gosh, oh my gosh." She repeated herself, moving away from him as much as the little room allowed. "What the heck are you?"